Final Fantasy 14 Is Experiencing Denial Of Service Attacks

Final Fantasy 14 Is Experiencing Denial Of Service Attacks

Final Fantasy 14 Is Experiencing Denial Of Service Attacks With the latest expansion to Final Fantasy XIV up and running, it makes sense that the game’s servers would be getting hit pretty hard this past week. According to Square Enix, they’re actually getting hard enough to hurt, as a DDoS attack on the game has been confirmed. Beginning June 16 and continuing through today, players of Final Fantasy XIV may have noticed that, on the US servers, the game isn’t always performing as expected. From an inability to log in,…

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Trump ‘It’s time to put a stop to attacks on religion’

Trump ‘It’s time to put a stop to attacks on religion’

Trump ‘It’s time to put a stop to attacks on religion’ WASHINGTON (RNS) President Trump told his political base of evangelical Christians that he would continue to restore the religious liberty many of them feel they’ve lost. “It is time to put a stop to the attacks on religion,” Trump said in a speech Thursday (June 8) to the Faith and Freedom Coalition that began shortly after former FBI Director James Comey questioned the president’s integrity at a Capitol Hill hearing. “We will end the discrimination against people of faith. Our…

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London Bridge attack: Anushka Sharma, Shraddha Kapoor, Urvashi Rautela and others are saddened and shocked

London Bridge attack: Anushka Sharma, Shraddha Kapoor, Urvashi Rautela and others are saddened and shocked

London Bridge attack: Anushka Sharma, Shraddha Kapoor, Urvashi Rautela and others are saddened and shocked   Indian actors took to Twitter to express their feelings about the London bridge attack that took place on Saturday night in London. Actors Anushka Sharma, Shraddha Kapoor and Urvashi Rautela vented out their frustration, and also offered condolences. Actors Anushka Sharma, Kartik Aryan, Shraddha Kapoor and many others are shocked by the terror attacks in London. About 40 people were injured as a result of this particular incident that took place at the London Bridge…

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How British media reported London terror attacks

How British media reported London terror attacks London

How British media reported London terror attacks London Terror attack: A look at how British media reported on “carnage” at London Bridge   British : At least six people were killed and 48 others injured in a terror attack on late Saturday night in London, after a white van mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge and three attackers stabbed multiple people at Borough Market. The suspects, after ploughing through the pedestrians, stepped out of the vehicle at the nearby Borough market and began stabbing revelers with knife. A transport officer was…

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Scared of further alien attacks, United States to arm rebel aliens across Milky Way

Scared of further alien attacks, United States to arm rebel aliens across Milky Way

Scared of further alien attacks, United States to arm rebel aliens across Milky Way Washington DC: Concerned with increasing alien attacks, United States senate has passed a bill for arming rebel aliens and if sources are to be believed, President Obama has also given his approval for the bill. Obama has already started meeting Rebel Aliens in a classified location. Leaked by hackers is one such picture alleged to be taken a month back Scared Scared : The focus of the whole world has once again turned to the US Senate…

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Putin Attacks Free Speech For His Friends at the Orthodox Church

Putin Attacks Free Speech For His Friends at the Orthodox Church

Putin Attacks Free Speech For His Friends at the Orthodox Church The on-going court case of blogger Viktor Krasnov, who wrote “There is no God” on VKontakte, the Russian equivalent of Facebook in 2014 highlights the religious turn the country has taken under President Vladimir Putin. Krasnov was taken from his apartment in Stavropol, and forced to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. During this month long detention, Krasnov was determined fit to stand trial. He charge was “insult[ing] the feelings” of religious believers under a controversial new law implemented by Putin…

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Astrakhan shootings: 4 gunmen dead in southern Russia after 2 deadly attacks on police

Astrakhan shootings: 4 gunmen dead in southern Russia after 2 deadly attacks on police

Astrakhan shootings: 4 gunmen dead in southern Russia after 2 deadly attacks on police Four suspects in the twin attack on police in Russia’s southern city of Astrakhan have been shot dead during a manhunt, hours after their second attack since Tuesday, the National Guard said. The gunmen killed two officers, seriously injuring two others. Three Russian National Guard servicemen were shot at from a moving vehicle at a checkpoint on Thursday, RIA Novosti reported. One of the attackers was killed on the spot. Police cordoned off the entire district…

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Russia Ukraine ‘terrorist attacks’ in Crimea foiled

Russia: Ukraine 'terrorist attacks' in Crimea foiled

Russia Ukraine ‘terrorist attacks’ in Crimea foiled Moscow says it has also beaten back an armed assault by Kiev, which called the claims “hysterical and false”. The allegations of Kiev’s attacks in Crimea are likely to fuel further tensions between Russia and Ukraine [Reuters] Russia’s federal security agency says it has thwarted “terrorist attacks” by the Ukrainian military in Crimea, which Moscow annexed from Kiev in 2014, and beaten back an armed assault. The FSB said on Wednesday that one of its officers was killed in an armed clash while arresting “terrorists”…

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Now even Christians in Europe are under threat: Report claims hundreds of attacks on religious grounds

Now even Christians in Europe are under threat: Report claims hundreds of attacks on religious grounds Christians : According to a report by the Vienna-based Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians in Europe in the past year hundreds of attacks have been carried out against Christianity. The 2013 report was released on Thursday and documents 241 cases of intolerance against Christians. The voluntary group’s report includes details of hate-based attacks on Christians and their institutions, including arson, graffiti and vandalism. According to a report by the Vienna-based Observatory on…

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